Sanjeevani Kusum to launch her short novel at the Book Festival
A short novel SagarSuman@K.C.Reddy written Sanjeevani kusum, a lecturer in a government college in Kovvuru West Godavari will be released at the Vijayawada Book Festival on January 9.
A short novel SagarSuman@K.C.Reddy written Sanjeevani kusum, a lecturer in a government college in Kovvuru West Godavari will be released at the Vijayawada Book Festival on January 9. The novel will be published in English and Telugu. Sanjeevani kusum, is a Zoology lecturer working in a Government college, Kovvuru, West Godavari district. She is a native of Krishna district but was brought up in Patna, Bihar where her father had worked in a pharmaceutical company.
Sanjeevani kusum is bilingual writer in both English and Telugu. In her maiden short novel titled Sagarsuman@K.C.Reddy, she presented the characters of two youngsters who tries to settle in Indian Administrative Services by passing the UPSC examinations. The 112 pages short novel depicts the struggle made by two youngsters to settle in two different professions. Sagar the leading character in the novel settles as a software professional and Suman the leading female character in the novel becomes Commercial Taxes officer after passing the APPSC examination.
They again meet after the gap of nine years and share their experiences. The writer Sanjeevani Kusum has been in the Government service for the last 12 years and has worked in Buttayagudem, Jangareddygudem and Palakol before Kovvur of west Godavari. Talking to The Hans India the writer said she has passionate for writing and reading and wanted to present the struggle made by common people in the society through her writings.
She got a chance to observe different sections of society from close quarters because she lived in both South India and North India. She is proficient in all the three major languages Hindi, English and Telugu. She is a bilingual writer and holds the credibility of writing flawlessly in both English and Telugu. Her features got placed in the editorial page of Metro India, the English newspaper of Hyderabad.
She also writes short stories which basically revolve around human relations. In fact all her social issues features have an underlying theme of human values. Her articles are very balanced and highly secular. She has published one short story collection in Telugu ‘Himabinduvulu.’
By MD AMEEN